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In full PPR leagues, we are comfortable drafting Diggs as a low-end WR2 as early as late Round 4. While that may seem low for a player of Diggs' caliber, there are three things working against him. One, it looked a little bit like he lost a step in 2023. Last year, Diggs' yards per target, yards per catch, and yards per game were all his lowest marks in Buffalo. Two, he's no longer in Buffalo and he has much more competition for targets in Houston with both Nico Collins and Tank Dell already there and in sync with C.J. Stroud. Finally, Diggs will turn 31 years old in November, which lends more credence to the idea that he was slowing down last year. If you draft Diggs as a WR2 there's still potential for him to provide value, but there is also risk that he's no longer a must-start wide receiver.

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Fantasy Points per Game
2023 107 1183 11.06 8 5 5.00 1599.4
2022 108 1429 13.23 11 -3 -3.00 20112.6
3y Avg. 106 1279 12.07 10 1 1.00 18010.6
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  • Texans' Stefon Diggs: Eligible for free agency in 2025

    Diggs agreed to a one-year, $22.52 million restructured contract with the Texans on Thursday, enabling the wideout to become a free agent after the 2024 season, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Before he was traded to the Texans on Wednesday, Diggs had been on the Bills' books through the 2027 season after signing a four-year, $96 million contract extension in April 2022. Schefter notes that the Texans took $3.5 million that was guaranteed to Diggs in 2025 and shifted it to this coming season while enabling the wideout to hit free agency next offseason, when he'll be 31 years old. With the reported contract adjustment, Schefter notes that the Texans anticipate getting a highly motivated version of Diggs, given that he'll be in position to seek another long-term deal. In his new locale, Diggs is slated to headline a Houston pass-catching corps that also features fellow wideouts Nico Collins and Tank Dell, as well as tight end Dalton Schultz and running back Joe MIxon. While Diggs will have some legitimate competition for targets, he should nonetheless see steady weekly volume from ascending second-year quarterback C.J. Stroud.
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  • Texans' Stefon Diggs: Dealt to Houston

    The Texans acquired Diggs, a 2024 sixth-round pick and a 2025 fifth-round pick from the Bills on Wednesday in exchange for a 2025 second-round pick, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Diggs spent the last four years in Buffalo, where he averaged 111.3 catches for 1,343 yards and 9.3 touchdowns without ever missing a game. His production fell off a cliff in the second half of 2023, however, and there had been rumblings for a few years now about his hot-and-cold relationship with quarterback Josh Allen and other members of the Buffalo organization. Diggs will now be paired with another franchise quarterback, Houston's C.J. Stroud, but in an offense that offers stronger target competition following breakout 2023 performances from wideouts Nico Collins and Tank Dell.
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  • Bills' Stefon Diggs: Unsure of what future holds

    Diggs said Friday that he isn't sure if he'll be back with the Bills in 2024 but told Cameron Wolfe of NFL Network that, "I don't have any surprises for you right now." There was a lot of speculation last spring about Diggs' relationship with the Bills, and more specifically with QB Josh Allen. The wideout said he "gets tired" of the questions about him and Allen, noting that he's already addressed the situation (or lack thereof) multiple times. Diggs has four years remaining on the extension he signed in April of 2022, but there's nonetheless been trade speculation in recent weeks, as the deal doesn't have any guaranteed money remaining and his production dropped considerably in the second half of the 2023 season. On the other hand, Buffalo doesn't have much else at wide receiver -- especially with Gabe Davis scheduled for free agency -- and the first half of 2023 featured one of Diggs' most productive stretches with the team, including five 100-yard games within the first six weeks and seven TDs through nine weeks. He had just one more TD and no 100-yard games thereafter, with his catch rate nosediving to 58.7 percent over the final eight games of the regular season even though he saw less volume (7.9 targets per game) and the Bills won six of those contests. Diggs then finished the season on even more of a low note, dropping a deep ball midway through the fourth quarter of a 27-24 playoff loss to Kansas City. It sounds like the 30-year-old is open to all possibilities for his NFL future at this point.
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  • Bills' Stefon Diggs: Drop highlights rough end to 2023

    Diggs finished with three receptions on eight targets for 21 yards and added one carry for seven yards in Sunday's 27-24 loss to the Chiefs. Diggs' late-season decline continued with another underwhelming stat line of four touches. The veteran starter's eight targets trailed only fellow wideout Khalil Shakir (7-44-1), who finished Sunday's loss with nine. Diggs' rough night got worse when the star receiver failed to bring in a deep shot attempt that hit him in the hands on the Bills' final drive. The 31-year-old posted his sixth consecutive 1,000-yard campaign in 2023, but his meager 47/422/2 receiving line over Buffalo's last 10 games (including the postseason) hints at a possible decline heading into 2024.
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  • Bills' Stefon Diggs: Ready for Sunday's game

    Diggs (foot/rest) doesn't have an injury designation for Sunday's divisional-round game against the Chiefs. Diggs was a non-participant Thursday due to a foot injury and rest, but then Friday coach Sean McDermott told Cameron Wolfe of NFL Network that he wasn't concerned about the wide receiver's health heading into the weekend. Despite logging a limited walkthrough to cap the week, Diggs has been cleared to suit up Sunday, while fellow WR Gabe Davis (knee) won't be available. That could open up more looks for Diggs, who had four catches (on 11 targets) for 24 yards in Buffalo's Week 14 win at Kansas City.
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  • Bills' Stefon Diggs: Limited with foot injury Friday

    Coach Sean McDermott said Friday that Diggs (foot) will be limited at practice, Cameron Wolfe of NFL Network reports. McDermott said that Diggs' foot injury initially occurred during Monday's 31-17 playoff win over the Steelers, but the issue popped up more significantly at practice Thursday. While McDermott said the issue doesn't concern him regarding Diggs' availability for Sunday's divisional-round playoff matchup against Kansas City, the veteran wideout's health will warrant close mentoring. With Gabe Davis (knee) already ruled out for Sunday's contest, the Bills would be forced to lean increasingly on Khalil Shakir, Trent Sherfield and Deonte Harty if Diggs is hampered at all Sunday.
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  • Bills' Stefon Diggs: Leads team with seven receptions

    Diggs finished with seven receptions and 52 yards off of nine targets in Monday's 31-17 playoff win over the Steelers. Diggs led all Buffalo receivers in both targets and receptions, but he was outproduced from a fantasy standpoint by rookie tight end Dalton Kincaid's 3-59-1 receiving line. The nine-year pro went ice-cold at the end of the regular season, so Monday's vanilla output didn't inspire confidence that the star wideout has regained his own confidence heading into the divisional round of the playoffs. If there was ever a time for Diggs to drop one of his signature monster receiving games, it would be for Sunday's tilt against the Chiefs, against whom Diggs and several other Bills suffered a crushing loss to in the playoffs roughly two calendar years ago.
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  • Bills' Stefon Diggs: Logs most catches since Week 8

    Diggs corralled seven of eight targets for 87 yards in Sunday's 21-14 win over the Dolphins. Diggs finished Sunday's division-clinching victory with his most yards and receptions in a single game since Weeks 6 and 8, respectively. The vocal superstar didn't sniff the 6/120/3 line he posted when these teams first met in Week 4, but this was still a significant improvement over what we had seen from Diggs over his last four games when he averaged a measly 31.8 yards per game with no trips to the end zone. Perhaps this was the kickstart the 29-year-old needed ahead of next Sunday's wild-card round matchup against the Steelers. Diggs ends the regular season with his his sixth consecutive campaign of 1,000-plus receiving yards and fifth straight with at least 100 receptions.
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  • Bills' Stefon Diggs: Four catches in Sunday's win

    Diggs caught four of seven targets for 26 yards in Sunday's 27-21 win over the Patriots. He added five rushing yards on one carry. The wideout tied Dalton Kincaid for the team lead in targets and catches, but it was the rookie tight end who paced the Bills in receiving yards. Diggs has all but vanished since Buffalo's Week 13 bye, managing just a 17-127-0 line on 31 targets over the last four games, but Sunday's carry -- his first of the season -- at least offers some faint hope that the coaching staff is trying to find ways to get the ball in his hands. Diggs will get one more chance to break out of his slump in Week 18 against a Miami secondary he torched for 120 yards and three TDs in their first meeting this season.
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  • Bills' Stefon Diggs: Start Him (Lineup Decisions)

    Joe Brady's takeover as the Bills playcaller has meant more running and less throwing. Diggs' role as the team's primary wideout remains as he has a 29.1% target share with Brady calling the shots, but all of his other metrics -- from Average Depth of Target to catch rate to yards per catch and especially explosive play rate -- have sunk. Josh Allen isn't throwing downfield to Diggs on his deeper routes as often as he did in the first 10 weeks, which is a contributing factor as well. I think it's more about defenses doing all they can to cover him tightly when he does run downfield; pair that with the lower pass volume for the Bills and it's easy to see why Diggs has underwhelmed. But if Allen is slated to throw more given the matchup for Buffalo's run game then Diggs should see more targets and potentially some chances to either break a big play or catch something in the red zone. That's worked plenty for Diggs in his four prior games against the Patriots when he caught at least six balls with a touchdown in each. Unless you believe James Cook & Co. will trample the Patriots run defense, have Diggs in lineup with WR2 expectations.
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  • Bills' Stefon Diggs: Lackluster production continues

    Diggs recorded five catches on eight targets for 29 yards in Saturday's 24-22 win over the Chargers. Diggs led the team with eight targets, and he's now reached that mark four times in his last five games. However, in that same span, he's topped 50 yards only once and has not reached 100 yards since Week 6. Diggs' downturn in production is alarming and without clear explanation, though the Bills have hit their stride offensively in the last few weeks, providing hope that Diggs can turn things around before the regular season comes to a close.
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  • Bills' Stefon Diggs: Sixth straight 1,000-yard season

    Diggs caught four of five targets for 48 yards in Sunday's 31-10 win over the Cowboys. Diggs accounted for four of Josh Allen's seven completions as the Bills overwhelmed Dallas with 266 yards and three touchdowns on the ground while leaving the passing game on the backburner. The star receiver tied his season low in targets, so his modest production in this game can be attributed to a lack of volume, but it continued an alarming trend, as Diggs finished with fewer than 50 receiving yards and no touchdowns for the fourth time in the past five games. Despite the recent slump, Diggs has surpassed the 1,000-yard benchmark for the sixth consecutive season, as he's up to 1,041 receiving yards heading into Saturday's Week 16 matchup with the Chargers.
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  • Bills' Stefon Diggs: Quiet in Week 14 win

    Diggs caught four of 11 targets for 24 yards in Sunday's 20-17 win over Kansas City. Despite leading the Bills in targets, Diggs didn't make much of an impact as he failed to reach 40 receiving yards for the third time in the last four games. The veteran wideout remains just seven yards short of his sixth straight 1,000-yard season heading into a Week 15 clash with the Cowboys.
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  • Bills' Stefon Diggs: Finds end zone in Philly

    Diggs caught six of 11 targets for 74 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 37-34 overtime loss to the Eagles. After two disappointing performances against tough secondaries in the Jets and Broncos, Diggs bounced back and saw his first double-digit target volume since Week 8, although it took Josh Allen throwing a season-high 51 passes to do it. The veteran wideout will head into Buffalo's bye on the cusp of his sixth straight 1,000-yard campaign, fourth straight season with 100-plus catches and third straight year with 10 or more TDs, having posted an 83-969-8 line on 121 targets through 12 games.
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  • Bills' Stefon Diggs: Disappointing numbers Sunday

    Diggs caught four of eight targets for 27 yards in Sunday's 32-6 win over the Jets. The eight targets actually led the Bills, but they didn't turn into much production. Diggs has been quiet to begin the second half of the season, catching only seven of 13 targets for 61 yards and zero TDs over the last two games, but he could break out in Week 12 against an Eagles secondary that's been one of the most generous in the league this season against wideouts.
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  • Bills' Stefon Diggs: Shut down by Broncos in loss

    Diggs secured three of five targets for 34 yards in the Bills' 24-22 loss to the Broncos on Monday. Diggs was second in receptions and targets and third in receiving yards for the Bills on the night, an unfamiliar position for the typically prolific wideout. The three figures were also season lows for Diggs, who'd been on an upward trajectory yardage-wise heading into the contest with 70- and 86-yard tallies in Weeks 9 and 10. Diggs will aim to bounce back in a Week 11 rematch against a Jets team that he posted a 10-102-1 line on in a Week 1 overtime loss.
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  • Bills' Stefon Diggs: No injury designation for Monday

    Diggs (back) wasn't listed on the team's final Week 10 injury report Saturday and is cleared for Monday's contest against the Broncos. Diggs was added to Friday's injury report with a back injury, but fantasy managers can breathe easier now that the star wideout doesn't carry a designation into Monday's contest. For what it's worth, Diggs was listed as a limited participant in practice for a second consecutive day, so while he'll play, the 29-year-old receiver does appear to be dealing with a legitimate injury. Diggs seemed to dismiss the idea that his injury was anything serious, however, per joe Buscaglia of The Athletic. Expect Diggs to see his usual workload in a potential juicy matchup against an up-and-down Denver defense.
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  • Bills' Stefon Diggs: Added to Week 10 injury report

    Diggs (back) was limited at practice Friday. Diggs practiced fully Thursday, so his addition to the Bills' Week 10 injury report Friday is notable. Added context regarding the wideout's status for Monday night's game against the Broncos will arrive Saturday, and if Diggs is limited or sidelined, added snaps would be available for Trent Sherfield and Deonte Harty in a Buffalo WR corps that also includes Gabe Davis and Khalil Shakir.
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  • Bills' Stefon Diggs: Gets into end zone in loss

    Diggs brought in six of seven targets for 86 yards and a touchdown in the Bills' 24-18 loss to the Bengals on Sunday night. He also caught a two-point conversion pass. Diggs led the team in receiving yards and also gave the Bills a glimmer of hope with a 17-yard touchdown grab with 3:32 remaining and subsequent two-point conversion catch. The perennial Pro Bowler has a solid 21-214-2 line on 31 targets in the three contests since his four-game streak of 100-yard efforts was snapped, and he'll draw a potentially favorable matchup against the Broncos in a Week 10 Monday night home battle on Nov. 13.
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  • Bills' Stefon Diggs: Busy night in win

    Diggs secured nine of 12 targets for 70 yards in the Bills' 24-18 win over the Buccaneers on Thursday night. Diggs tied with Gabe Davis for the team lead in receptions and targets while checking in third in receiving yards. The star wideout wasn't able to get into the end zone for only the second time in five games, but his catch total was his second highest of the campaign. Diggs has also now logged double-digit targets in four consecutive contests heading into a big Week 9 road showdown against the Bengals on Sunday night, Nov. 5.
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